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What Is My Relationship to My Stuff?

  This is clearly the most foundational question we must answer if we are going to make any progress in our attitudes, perspectives, and decisions in relation to material things—particularly material wealth. If we cannot answer this question with clarity and confidence, we will find ourselves—in spite of our financial successes—underachieving in our lives. If […]

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The One Question that Changes Everything!

  I like it when someone “cuts to the chase” giving me the bottom line of what they want to say without including all the details.  I am often guilty of helping people finish their sentences so they can more quickly get to the point.  I assume some of you might be like that too. […]

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Getting Directions from the Owner Part I

  Life Stewardship is grounded in the foundational truth that God is the Owner of all things. This truth has far-reaching impact into every single area of our lives. God owns our homes, our cars, our bank accounts, our investments, our children, our spouses, our bodies, our time, our abilities just to name a few […]

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Getting Directions from the Owner- Part II

  In part one of this Getting Directions from the Owner series, I shared with you that we can get directions from God for how He wants us to manage what He has entrusted to us by getting regularly and deeply into His Word and getting His Word deeply into us. In this second part […]

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Getting Directions from the Owner- Part III

  In the first two parts of this series, we considered how God gives us, his stewards, directions through his Word and through other people. In this final part of the series I want to address what is no doubt the most subtle and the most subjective of the three ways God communicates His will […]